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...But from what I know of Denver and Mexico City, you may have a problem to disentangle the effect of marijuana!
The point researchers made about "exercise-induced hypoxia" is that it is quite minor, certainly as compared with high altitude, etc.
But the underlying hypothesis should be borne out by epidemiology as there are significant and fairly normal human populations living above 6000 ft altitude - hypoxia is evident in non-adapted people above this altitude.
My focus is on whether this intermittent "getting out of breath during exercise" has actual health benefits, and I think it probably does have some important benefits.
Quote from: Caleb on 26/02/2015 10:36:42My focus is on whether this intermittent "getting out of breath during exercise" has actual health benefits, and I think it probably does have some important benefits.Most research indicates yes, but this is not necessarily true of holding breath during exercise.Holding breath during exercise increases BP and could trigger a stroke
This is best improved by aerobic exercise which gets you out of breath.
...... However, after 20 minutes of this, I had a deep tiredness that I haven't had in a long time.